Want to discover Inzegane? There are a thousand and one ways to do so. Called the city of commerce, this title is merited because the city is a market in its entirety.
Without getting too lost in commerce, the city can still offer a holiday break, where you can relax and enjoy your stay, with a great landscape bordered by a lake that would be perfect for you.
Inzegane is a town in southern Morocco, adjoining Agadir, in the Souss valley.
The city is the capital of the Inezgane-Ait Melloul prefecture, in the Souss-Massa administrative region. In 2014, it had more than 200,000 inhabitants.
Inzegane is located between 7 to 9 kilometres from downtown Agadir.
The town, renowned for its commercial activity and known for its market, has a large number of wholesalers and retail stores.
The economy of the city is mainly focused on its many markets: the Tuesday Souk Tleta, the small daily market, the large wholesale market which is the hub of the fruit and vegetable trade of all of Morocco, the leather souk, the cattle souk, the grain souk. The souks of Inzegane are truly magical.
You can find everything there, in particular Berber silver jewellery, typical of southern Morocco. Inzegane is one of the many centres of the Imazighen where the caid appointed by the French lived in colonial times.
It was, before colonisation, the central souk of the Berber tribe of Aksimen (Ksima in Arabic).
The main districts of the city are Tarraste, Mellah, El Jihadia.
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